When ADC Krone talks the talk, it’s not just talking about quality and being environmentally responsible. It’s actually doing it and being able to demonstrate that it walks the talk, as Mike Hanahoe, director, Global Connectivity Solutions Asia-Pacific, explains.
The global financial crisis is the focus of almost everyone’s attention. Its effect on the ICT sector remains uncertain; however, it has taken the impetus off ‘going green’. Server Racks Australia’s Simon Dunphy elaborates on ways to move forward in the server room and data centre in times of reduced budgets and the need for increased efficiencies while also going green.
Throughout its 20 years in the Australian automotive market, Hyundai has continued to evolve itself and its market offering to reflect the company name, a Korean translation for ‘modern era’. It is a company that reflects the spirit of innovation fostered and celebrated since its inception.
The business benefits of eco products can rival the environmental advantages. Here’s why - and what it means to product design teams.
IDC sizes the potential reduction in greenhouse gases from focused use of information and communication technologies with the results to be announced prior to the United Nations' COP15 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
Datacom remains an exception to the general rule when it comes to green IT.
In search of a simple yet effective software system to improve effective capturing of emissions data, and driven by the added responsibility of reporting emissions under legislative requirements recently imposed under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Regulations 2008, national contractor Abigroup has implemented Ndevr’s Greenhouse Emissions Reporting Solution.
Datapod and APC by Schneider Electric have launched the Datapod - a containerised data centre system range that is locally designed, developed and manufactured.
According to a report just published by independent market analyst Datamonitor, the global economic recession may prove to be a significant upside to the market for green IT.
The DGS-1005D D-Link Green Switch is a 5-port gigabit desktop switch claimed to provide up to 73% reduced power consumption without sacrificing network performance when compared to other D-Link switches.
Australian e-cycling specialist Greenbox has launched a free self-assessment tool for businesses to help them rate their recycling programs.
AARnet tips in a further $20,000 for the 2009 prize for papers on innovative use of broadband communications to support a sustainable environment.
Cintellate is a software product that simplifies carbon emissions reporting for Australian businesses.
Western Australian electricity retailer Synergy was established in 2006 when Western Power was disaggregated into separate electricity generation, electricity transmission and electricity retail organisations. While there is a contestable market for large electricity users, Synergy has an effective monopoly over electricity retail to small and medium enterprises and domestic users in South-West Western Australia.